Separated at birth

It seems that one tennis player has found ways to fill the other 50 weeks of the year after the Wimbledon fortnight is over. Rather than traipse all over the world playing in tournaments which are mere shadows of the strawberries and mad Henmanites fest, Greg Rusedski has seemingly opted for the more exciting world of commercial disputes at Richards Butler. Adopting the name John Hull is a cunning foil, but not clever enough to beat Tulkinghorn. Tulkinghorn just hopes that Hull does none of the following: does really well in the first meeting, beats the opposite side hands down in the second meeting and then completely bottles it, fails to make any good points and becomes an embarrassment to the world of English law before skulking out of the room, leaving hordes of people wearing Union Jack hats and with tears running down their red, white and blue-painted faces.